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Module 3 Quiz: Processes of the Examiner
You'll need to correctly answer at least 17 of the 20 questions below (at least 85%) to progress to the next unit.
Question #1: It is suggested to have a discussion prior to your first examiner service to ensure you are meeting the appraiser's specific expectations and requirements.
Question #2: It is not important to know the client’s intended use for each valuation.
Question #3: The thoroughness of documentation is essential for the appraiser to properly determine the value.
Question #4: Condition of an item is subjective.
Question #5: The statement of provenance includes information about the item's history, receipts, certificates, and even family stories passed down through generations.
Question #6: Fine art is often described as high-end artwork created to serve as an aesthetic piece to be enjoyed for its beauty.
Question #7: When measuring fine art, you should include the frame in the dimensions.
Question #8: Attributions to include for artwork are the artist’s signature, title of the piece, date, and run numbers if it is a limited-edition print.
Question #9: There are two characteristics that give a print value: 1) limited quantity, and 2) market demand.
Question #10: When documenting a sculpture that has a crack or chip, it’s best not to mention it, and you should not take a picture of it.
Question #11: Sets of china and crystal cannot be identified as a set. You will need to list and take a photo of each individual piece.
Question #12: A book appraisal examination only requires the title, author, and editor.
Question #13: Texture is the only feature that cannot be evaluated in remote appraisals for rugs and carpets. The examiner will use their human touch to provide information about the quality and structure.
Question #14: To determine if an Oriental rug is genuine, flip the rug over. If the design on the back is as distinct as it is on the front, it is machine made.
Question #15: The least common item requested for appraisal is antique furniture.
Question #16: The "Sterling Standard" is the internationally accepted ratio of 925 parts silver for every 1000 parts of total material.
Question #17: Plated silver is identified with the mark S/PS.
Question #18: Written descriptions of an examiner's report should be handwritten to prove you are the one who collected the information.
Question #19: Digital photos are required for quality and ease of electronic transfer.
Question #20: If the appraisal is part of a full home inventory service, you will want to keep this information with the inventory if you provide backup services.